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The 2011 DC Design House transformed a 1925 English Tudor home in Washington’s stately Forest Hills neighborhood last April. Twenty design teams worked their magic, polishing this faded gem into a showcase of cutting-edge 21st-century style; we feature their work on this spread and the following pages. Proceeds of the month-long event benefit Children’s National Medical Center.

Living Room
Patrick Sutton of Patrick Sutton Associates stripped layer upon layer of white paint from the living room ceiling and beams (above), restoring a sense of grandeur to the dramatic space. Treated with a lime finish, the original wood beams and Farrow & Ball covering on the walls and ceiling now create an elegant backdrop for a well-edited mix of antiques, new furnishings, art and mementoes collected around the globe.

Exterior Front Portico
The renovated portico extends a warm, inviting welcome. Jim Rill and his team from Rill Architects altered the trim above the entry and painted it in contrasting colors to accentuate the home’s Tudor style. A new wrought-iron bracket and lantern at the gable add character. The team removed an existing screen door to show off the details on the home’s original front door; overflowing planters add a finishing touch.

Entry & Stair Hall
Liz Levin of Liz Levin Interiors eliminated the dark wood trim that once obscured the windows in the entry and stair hall, allowing sunlight to pour into the space. Pairing a Bohemian glass chandelier with an Ikat rug, she put a novel spin on the traditional foyer. “It’s elegant,” Levin says, “but kind of edgy.” A metallic motif, hand-stenciled on the walls by Billet Collins, creates a subtle sheen. ”

Dining Room
Camille Saum of Camille Saum Interior Design proves that even in an historical home the dining room need not be taken too seriously. With a painted checkerboard floor, a glamorous taffeta table skirt, patent leather seat cushions and moss growing on the fireplace, Saum’s design boldly serves up style and whimsy. A lantern by Niermann Weeks hangs from the ceiling painted in Farrow & Ball Dutch Pink—another unexpected detail.

Inheriting a library with dark-stained paneling, Nancy Colbert of Design Partners, LLC, created a fresh, updated room with staying power. She painted the bookshelves and millwork in Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone with a glazed finish and covered the ceiling in an iridescent paper by Studio E. A loveseat in tone-on-tone chenille and a pair of conversation chairs make this a perfect spot to enjoy a good book and afternoon tea.

Family Room
Barbara Franceski of Barbara Franceski LLC christened the original family room a “moose lodge” for its 1960s paneling and bar. She tamed the long, narrow space by creating several seating areas that work well together, thanks in part to the curve of the William Yeoward sofa that takes center stage. Quirky elements—from the “modern ancestor portraits” by Dave Peterson to the graphic carpet—create a playful vibe.

Gary Lovejoy of Gary Lovejoy Associates, Inc., selected the sunroom because it was the most “quirky” space in the house. He overcame the challenge posed by openings in every wall by floating the furnishings around a leather-bound cowhide rug. Low-slung M2L chairs and a comfy chaise counter the low ceiling height. A leather screen by Poltrona Frau creates a sense of privacy without blocking the garden view.

Koi Pond
Landscape architect Scott Brinitzer’s design of the koi pond brought the faded original back to life. Once he and Jeff Potter of J&G Landscape Design removed the overgrowth and a poorly designed add-on terrace, “we saw the beauty and elegance of its form,” Brinitzer recalls. Complementing the shape of the pond, Brinitzer designed curved walkways and fluid sweeps of pea gravel to enliven the garden in the early days of spring.

The Pool
The estate’s pool, originally installed in the 1940s or ’50s, has a “hip, cool, martini vibe,” says landscape architect Scott Brinitzer. He and Jeff Potter of J&G Landscape Design redefined its original lines, then reinforced the Hollywood glam look with retro modern chairs and teal umbrellas. They also gave a new identity to the adjacent dance floor, enveloping it with innovative columns of arborvitae and an abundance of rhododendrons.

Pool Kitchen
Nadia Subaran of Aidan Design transformed the pool kitchen, which she believes was part of a 1950s addition to the main house. Rift-cut cabinets by Wood-Mode and a minimal stainless-steel hood provide a modern foil to touches of nostalgia in the soapstone countertops and Rohl farmhouse sink. The color palette of Farrow & Ball Dove Tale gray on the brick wall, light Champagne cabinetry and a charcoal-gray porcelain floor is simply seductive.

Garden Room
A modern-day interpretation of the traditional conservatory, the garden room by Whitney Stewart of Whitney Stewart Interior Design celebrates nature with a potting console designed for flower arranging and indoor gardening, an array of plant life and bold botanical art. A birdcage chandelier by Artisan Lamps adds a whimsical touch. Comfortable seating makes it easy to enjoy the lush environment over a book or casual meal any time of year.

Pool Room
Erin Paige Pitts of Erin Paige Pitts Interiors resolved the home’s lack of a proper porch by creating an open, al fresco ambiance in the pool room. She struck a balance between sophisticated and soothing with a combination of Jim Thompson linens, sisal rugs and David Edward settees, which she had converted into swings. “Everyone in DC is so busy,” says Pitts. “This room is a little vacation from life.”

Powder Room
In the powder room, Denise Willard of Décor by Denise began by covering the exposed plumbing under the home’s existing Greek key sink with a skirt in fabric by Rodolph. She also retained the wall tile, but dressed it up with a multi-layered Venetian plaster treatment above the mosaic trim. Crystal and gold details create a jewel-box effect, and decorative sconces by Fine Art Lamps add a sophisticated touch.

Secret Garden Bath
Jason Hodges of J. Hodges & Associates, LLC, freshened up the secret garden bath adjacent to the teenage girl’s bedroom with crisp wainscoting concealing “unattractive” white tile. A ledge above it provides a spot to store make-up and small accessories. And a sleek new vanity with a glass top and vessel sink and a zebra-striped mirror hand-painted in purple and cream by Avery Studios complete the look.

One for the Guys
Responding to the dearth of rooms designed for men in most show houses these days, David Mitchell of David Mitchell Interior Design infused his One For The Guys bedroom with what he calls a “new masculine” flair. A mix of antiques, found objects and industrial elements creates a rustic, lived-in look. Graphic notes, from the whip-stitched pattern on the cowhide rug to the bold prints by 17th-century Swedish explorer Olof Rudbeck, add a modern sensibility.

Secret Garden Bedroom
Samantha Friedman of Samantha Friedman Interior Designs, LLC, created the secret garden bedroom for a modern teenage girl. The cozy wool rug in a floral motif grounds neutral furnishings that have been livened up with vibrant orange and purple textiles. The Baker bed in ivory can be paired with new fabrics as styles evolve. A wooden swing in the entry nook (not pictured) provides a fun hangout for a lady of any age.

Cerulean Sancturay
Cindy McClure of Grossmueller’s Design Consultants, Inc., updated the Cerulean Sanctuary bath by concealing blue tile walls with white bead board and replacing the existing shower door with a simple glass panel. A custom stained-glass mosaic inspired by a china pattern called “Flow Blue” creates a fabulous mural on the main wall. New vintage-style fixtures, including a water fountain similar to the one found on the original sink, lend period detail.

Master Bedroom
Iantha Carley of Iantha Carley Interiors fell in love with a geometric David Hicks print and used it on the canopy and drapes in the master bedroom. It adds a lively contrast to the walls in Farrow & Ball’s Charleston Gray—selected “because I wanted to consider the male point of view.” But in the adjacent dressing room (not pictured), Carley opted to go glam with a mirrored table and tufted fuchsia chair.

The Hideaway
In the Hideaway, Lauren Liess of Lauren Liess Interiors embraces the “fairytale” feel of the vintage home. She incorporates chic textiles and furnishings of her own design, including the Mad Hatter wing chairs and the black and white Ikat drapery fabric. The window seat piled with heaps of cushions à la The Princess and the Pea makes an idyllic spot for an afternoon nap.

Master Bath
Allie Mann of Case Design/ Remodeling made the most of limited space in the master bath. A sleek new custom vanity combines a marble countertop with sepia cherry cabinetry. Mann converted the bathtub into a luxurious shower (not pictured). Botanical prints and Calcutta Chablis marble floors with a subtle stripe add a touch of classic elegance.

Photographer Gordon Beall is based in Bethesda, Maryland.


James Rill, Linda Gallegos, Richard Rossi, Rill Architects, PC
Resources: Antique brick lattice planter: Loftstyle; Hathaway Tudor pendant: Rejuvenation; Monrovia console table: Salvations Architectural Furnishings; Richmond outdoor hanging lantern: Shades of Light; Tall Wickford urn: Restoration Hardware; Venetian settee bench by Brown Jordan: American Eye.
SPECIALISTS: General Contractor: Wood Haven Contractors; Landscape Design: Cynthia Ferranto of Cynthia Ferranto Landscape Design; Metalwork: Mark Van Duser of Ivy Hill Forge; Outdoor Lighting: Mark Oxley of Outdoor Illumination.

Liz Levin, Liz Levin Interiors
Resources: Alexa Hampton Basil Ceiling Light Fixture: Visual Comfort; Andre Arbus Christal Chandelier: Baker; Artwork: The Art Registry; Bohemian Glass Foyer Chandelier: Michael-Cleary; Center Table: Baker; Demi Lune Consoles: Crate and Barrel; Gold Twig Sconces: Vaughan Lighting; Horse Sculptures: Kravet; Ikat Rug: Timothy Paul Carpets; Mirrors: Made Goods; Rock Crystal Lamps: Kravet; Silver Leaf Annecy Arm Chairs: Niermann Weeks; Stair and top floor hall carpet: Stark; Thom Filicia Faux Bois Chair: And Beige.
SPECIALISTS: Artistic Wall Paint: Billet Collins Studio; Carpet Installation: Floor Crafters LTD; Construction and Paint: Medvascar Construction; Electrical: D&P Electric; Floor Refinishing: Classic Floors.

Patrick Sutton, Patrick Sutton Associates
Resources: Accent Chairs: Patrick Sutton Home; Area Rugs: Greenspring Carpet Source; Art and Accessories: Alan Gilbert Photography, Evelyn Avery, Marston Luce Antiques, Patrick Sutton Home; Belgian Commode, Antique: Patrick Sutton Home; Bergere Chairs and Tabouret, French 19th Century: Cote Jardin Antiques; Bookcases: Patrick Sutton Collection; Center Table & Chandeliers: David Iatesta, Holly Hunt; Coffee Table: Patrick Sutton Collection; Decorative Wall Brackets: Patrick Sutton Collection; Fireplace Pedestals and Birch Logs: Patrick Sutton Collection, Slaysman Forge, JN Firewood; Library Table: Patrick Sutton Home; Louis Chair, Antique: Patrick Sutton Home; Loveseat: Patrick Sutton Home; Mirrors: Evelyn Avery; Ottomans: Patrick Sutton Home; Pedestal: Formations, Holly Hunt; Picture Lights: Dorman’s Lighting; Pillows: Patrick Sutton Collection; Settee: Patrick Sutton Collection, Edward Ferrell; Side Tables: Rose Tarlow, Holly Hunt, Dennis and Lean, Holly Hunt; Sofa: Hickory Chair; Swivel Chairs: Lee Industries; Table Lamps: Patrick Sutton Home; Tin Framed Chairs, Antique: Patrick Sutton Home; Upholstered Screens: Patrick Sutton Collection; Wallpaper and Paint: Farrow and Ball; Wing Chair: Hickory Chair.
SPECIALISTS: Art Installation: Kramer Installation; Bookcase Faux Finishing: Baltimore Artstar; Books: Book Escape; Custom Cabinetry: Pyramid Builders, Millwork; Custom Cabinetry Materials: American Cedar; Decorative Wall Brackets: Duncan Cabinetry; Drapery Fabrication: Drapery Contractors; Electrician: Cook Electric; Framing: Furst Bros. Company; General Contractor: Pyramid Builders; Louis Chair Finishing: Mitchell Yanosky; Moving and Delivery: Childs Express; Painting/Beam Finishing: Pyramid Builders; Screen Fabrication: Springwood Construction; Upholstery and Pillow Fabrication: Josh Levin & Associates; Wall Paper Installation: Rob Black.

Erin Paige Pitts, Erin Paige Pitts Interiors
Resources: All Fabrics: Jim Thompson Fabrics; Benches: David Edward Furniture; Throws on Swings: Sferra; Murano glass vases and lamp: Otium, NYC; Art: Pamela Phillips – artist; Henredon showroom; Hines Showroom.
SPECIALISTS: Benchmark Painting; Drapery Design and Manufacturing: Stark; Ibello Upholstery; Rugger Electric; Karen Robertson; Painted floor and faux paint detail on doors: Twin Diamonds Studio.

Jeff Potter/Scott Brinitzer, J&G Landscape Design, Inc.
Resources: Plants: Manor View Farm, Monkton, MD; Outdoor Umbrella: Crate and Barrel.
SPECIALISTS: Painting outdoor furniture: Horizon Houseworks.

Nadia Subaran, Aidan Design
Resources: Cabinetry: Wood-Mode thru Aidan; Appliances: Viking thru HADCO; Farmhouse sink and faucet: Rohl thru Appliance Builders Wholesale (ABW); Countertops: supplied by Marva, fitting and fabrication by Norwood; Stainless Steel Shelves: AK Metal Fabricators; Flooring Tiles: Architectural Ceramics; Lighting Pendants: LucePlan available thru AIDAN; Cabinetry Hardware: HAFELE available thru Aidan; Artwork: Avery Studios; Walnut Butcher Block: Grothouse thru Aidan.
SPECIALISTS: Gruber Renovations (Brian Gruber, Matthew Gruber, Michael Gruber); Keller Design and Build (Steve Schwabb, David Keller, Brian Keller); J.H. Hymiller and Associates (Jack Hymiller, Jim Benchoff); Norwood Marble and Granite; Ak Metal Fabricators (Wade Hall, Eric Rice); Caribbean Remodeling (Brian Arjune); Baldwin’s Furniture Service (Kevin Baldwin).

Whitney Stewart, Whitney Stewart Interior Design
Resources: Window Treatments and soft furnishings: Fabric Accents by Emily: Furniture: American Eye; Pillow fabric (Beauregard Rose): Pierre Frey, through Hines & Co; White hide Rug: Patterson, Flynn & Martin; Birdcage Chandelier: Artisan Lamps; Paint: Farrow & Ball; Large framed Botanical photograph: Collection of Whitney Stewart.
SPECIALISTS: General Contractor: John Juenemann; Plant Material: Potomac Floral Wholesale; Special thanks to Christina Griffin and Gay Barclay.

Gary Lovejoy, Gary Lovejoy Associates, Inc.
Resources: Lounge Chairs: M2L Collection; Gehry Cardboard Table/Stool: M2L Collection; Chaise: Stewart Furniture; Fabric: Pollack fabric & Knoll & Kravet; Arm Chair: Donghia
Leather, Townsend Leather; Metal Screen: Poltrona Frau; Round End Table: A. Rudin through Michael Cleary; Drum Table: Sandback through Willem Smith; Drink Table: Century Furniture; Etagere: Walter’s Wicker; Parentesi suspension Light: Illuminations; Mirror: Architrave through American Eye; Area Rug: Edelman cowhide; Drapery Fabrication: Coleman Interiors; Drapery Fabric: Chella through Michael Cleary; Seat Cushion on Bench: L.P. Oliver & Sons, Inc.; Fabric: Edelman cowhide; Woven Bench: Niedermaier; Stacking Chairs: Donghia; Accessories: JANUS et Cie and Ani Kasten; American Eye Table with Glass Top: Lovejoy Assoc.; Bel Pre Glassworks.
SPECIALISTS: Painting Contractor: Chapin International Wall Designs; Electrical Contractor: Contract Electric; Faux Finisher: Fine Art Finishes; Ceiling Light Fixtures: Patricia Stanley at Dominion Electric, Tech Lighting.

Scott Brinitzer/Jeff Potter, Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
Resources: Larry; Seat Cushions: M.C. Interiors, Kevin Jung; Chairs: Sherwood Design, Marina Simmons.
SPECIALISTS: Koi Pond: Harmony Ponds, Al Short; Lighting: Outdoor Illumination.

Nancy M. Colbert, Design Partners, LLC
Resources: Paint: Farrow and Ball; Wall Covering: Studio E through Niermann Weeks; Avery Fine Art: Leather Library Books, Go-Home, Ltd., Michael Getz Antiques, Inc., Miller and Arney Antiques; Hickory Chair; Masland Carpets, Inc.; Global Views, personal collection from Nancy Colbert.
SPECIALISTS: Painting Contractor: William Patterson; Custom Millwork: Holleman Contracting; Decorative Painting: Studio 33; Wall Covering Installation: Murphy Decorating; Window Treatment Fabrication: Knightsbridge Interiors; Electrical Services: Contract Electric, Maria Morga.

Camille Saum, Camille Saum Interior Design, LLC
Resources: Rendering: Camille Saum Interior Design, LLC, Nicole Hansen; Table Settings: Consider It Done, Timothy Albrecht; Watercolor Artwork: Debra Nicholas Portrait Studio; Back Chair Fabric, Drapery Fabric, Table Skirt Fabric: F. Schumacher & Co; Paint: Farrow and Ball; Custom Art Frames: Framer McGee's, Ginger Hopkins; Napkins: Gore Dean; Accessories: Grants Antiques; Front Chair Fabric, Valtekz: J. Lambeth & Co.; Dining Chairs, and Upholstery: Karges & Caron; Alter Crosses: Michael-Cleary; Breakfront Accessories: Neiman Marcus; Antique Mirror Top, Silver Leafed Mirror, Lantern: Niermann Weeks; Center Piece: Pier 1 Imports; Marble Fireplace: Stone and Tile World, Goran Zukic; Bamboo Heater Cover: Stonehenge Building, Tom Salter; Antique Breakfront: The Great British Pine Mine; Swedish Gustavian Sideboard, Danish Rococo Chest of Drawers and French Brass Wall Lanterns: Tone on Tone, Loi Thai.
SPECIALISTS: Faux Finishing Check Floors, Stenciling Breakfront: Atelier Artists, Ali Nasari; Moss Designer: Carol Inskeep, AIFD; Sand and prepared floor for faux-finisher: Classic Floors; Moss Supplier: David L. Powers, AIFD, Potomac Floral; Drapery Fabrication and Installation, Table Skirt Fabrication: Design Logistics, Inc.; Painting, Paneling, and Wood Repair: Hann & Hann; Fireplace Demolition: Linden Wood Working; Hearth Demolition: Midas Construction; Furniture Delivery: N-Route.

Jason Hodges, J. Hodges & Associates, LLC
Resources: Custom Art in Entry Area: Nia Stratos; Framed Butterflies and Flower, Custom Mirror in Bathroom: Avery Studios; Carpet/Runner in Hall: Masland Carpets; Paint: Farrow and Ball; Garden Stool at Vanity: Michael-Cleary, The Washington Design Center, To the Trade Only; Shower Curtain Fabric: Pindler - Purchased through Danah Distributors, To the Trade Only.
SPECIALISTS: Painting, remodeling, and custom millwork for wall detail and desk: Xtreme Painting & Remodeling, LLC, Daniel Jasinski; Lighting and Vanity: Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Margaret Anne Saunders Shower Curtain Fabrication: Danah Distributors, To the Trade Only.

Samantha Friedman, Samantha Friedman Interior Designs, LLC
Resources: Custom Drapery and Pillows: Rockville Interiors; All fabrics: Duralee; All paint: Farrow and Ball; Bed: Baker Furniture; Mirror: Baker Furniture; Carpet: Carpet Impressions; Wall Sconces: Vaughn featured at Hines and Company; Artwork: Avery Studios; Bedding: Sferra Bedding featured at Timothy Paul Bedding and Home; Dressers: Bungalow 5.
SPECIALISTS: Custom Millwork of trees, nightstands and radiator covers: Linden Woodwork; General Contractor and Painter: XTreme Painting and Remodeling; Electrical: Michael & Son Services.

Cindy McClure, Grossmueller’s Design Consultants, Inc.
Resources: Plumbing Fixtures- Newport Brass, Speakman: Atlantic Bath and Brass; Custom Shower Screen: River Glass Designs; Electrical Fixtures: Robert Abbey Tyrone Sconce; Paint: Farrow and Ball.
SPECIALISTS: Custom Carpentry Installation: ART Design Build, Inc.; Tile at the Tub surround- Mixed Up Mosaics from Mosaic Tile; Tile Installation: Galdamez Construction; Plumbing Installation: Mark Brew Plumbing and Heating, Inc.; Sound System Installation: ABE Networks; Electrical Installation: JKJ Electric.

Lauren Liess, Lauren Liess Interiors
Resources: Fabrics on chairs and window seat: Peter Dunham and Jasper Michael Smith {can be ordered through John Rosselli}; Curtain fabric by Lauren Liess Textiles; Sisal Rug, Diamond Pattern by Stark; Grisaille and various artwork: Matthew Moore; Grasscloth by Seabrook; Various accessories/antiques: John Rosselli Antiques; Llama sconces by Porta Romana; Glass lamps by Stray Dog Designs; Curtain hardware by Brimar; Bamboo Shades by Horizons.

David Mitchell, David Mitchell Interior Design
Resources: Bed Reupholstery: JK Drapery; Bedding: Sferra Bedding Provided by Timothy Paul Bedding and Home; TV: Ultraudio, Larry Packer; Desk: David Mitchell for Salvations Architectural Furnishings; Wall Light: Circa Lighting; Rug: David Mitchell Interior Design; Dresser: David Mitchell Interior Design; Mirror: David Mitchell Interior Design; Round Table: David Mitchell Interior Design; Artwork: David Mitchell Interior Design; Bench: David Mitchell Interior Design; Desk Chair: David Mitchell Interior Design; Accessories: David Mitchell Interior Design.
SPECIALISTS: Paint, Construction: John L. Juenemann; Drapery, Upholstery: JK Drapery; Delivery Service: Handle with Care; Art Hanger: Craig Cahoon; Rug Delivery: Normandy Carpet; Audio Visual: Larry Packer; Designer: David Mitchell; Designer: Elizabeth Baebel.

Iantha Carley, Iantha Carley Interiors
Master Bedroom
Resources: Fabricator – Atelier Draperies, Inc.; Bed Canopy/Drapery Fabric: Lee Jofa; Bed Linens: Sferra available through Timothy Paul Bedding & Home; Side Tables/Headboard/Accessories: Century Furniture; Sconces: Niermann Weeks; Desk /Lacquered Tray: Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams; Chair: Lee Jofa; Chair Fabric: Romo Fabrics; Garden Stool: American Eye Showroom; Credenza: The New Traditionalists; Light Switches: Forbes and Lomax available through Iantha Carley Interiors; Shutters: Hunter Douglas available through Iantha Carley Interiors; Original Art: The Art Registry, Holger Griebl; Lamps /Etagere/Accessories: Baker Furniture.
SPECIALISTS: General Contracting/Painting: Lackford Painting; Design Assistant: Beverly Ross.

Allie Mann, Case Design/Remodeling
Resources: Specialty Tile: Architectural Ceramics; Vanity Cabinet: Crystal Cabinetry; Counter Top: Norwood Marble and Granite; Glass Enclosure and Mirror: Sterling Mirror; Paint: Farrow and Ball; Specialty Artwork: Avery Art.
Electrical: Berardi Electrical; Plumbing: GreCo Plumbing; Specialty Plumbing and Lighting Material: Ferguson Enterprises.

Denise Willard, Décor by Denise
Resources: Chandelier and Sconces: Fine Art Lamps; Decorative Accessories and Linens: Valerianne; Mirror: Uttermost; Sink Skirt Fabric: Rodolph; Sink Skirt Trim: Houles; Window Shade Fabric: Highland Court; Window Shade Beaded Trim: Robert Allen; Decorative Wall and Trim Finishes: Beth Goldsmith Creative Works.
SPECIALISTS: Base Painting: Byers Wallpaper & Painting; Wallpaper Removal: Star Painting; Window Shade Installation: Robert Shoemaker; Construction and Electrical: Metro Kitchen and Bath; Custom Fabrication: Leang So; Wall Artwork: Broadway Gallery.

Barbara Franceski, Barbara Franceski LLC
Resources: Accessories: Barbara Franceski LLC; Acrylic Accent Table: Gus through homebody; Alpaca Bolster: Holland & Sherry; Area Rugs: Patterson, Flynn & Martin; Art (Original Portraits): Dave Peterson, BrandDave; Art (Abstract): Verdigris Antiques; Bench (Leather, on Casters): Lee Industries through American Eye; Ceiling Fixture: JH Lighting & Brassworks, Inc. through Michael-Cleary, LLC; Clam Shell: Century Furniture; Club Chair (Upholstered): Donghia; Club Chairs (Leather, Stainless Steel Base): Donghia; Desk: Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman; End Table (Round): Hickory White through American Eye; Fabrics: Clarence House, Designers Guild, Donghia, and Pollack; Fanback Wing Chair: Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman; Lamp (Floor): Judco; Lamp (Table): Baker Knapp & Tubbs; Lion Bench: Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman; Loveseat: William Yeoward; Lucite Pedestal: Baker Knapp & Tubbs; Ottoman (Large Square): Donghia; Ottomans (Small Square): Lee Industries through American Eye; Paint (Wall & Trim): Farrow & Ball (Oxford Stone No. 264 – Eco Dead Flat); Paint (Ceiling): Farrow & Ball (Dimity No. 2008 – Estate Emulsion); Trim: Fabricut through J. Lambeth; Sofa: Lee Industries through American Eye; Stool (Blue Leather): Erik Jorgensen through Furniture from Scandanavia; Swedish Club Chair: Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman.
SPECIALISTS: Artwork Installation: Art and Mirror Hanging, LLC; Contractor: Foxcraft Design Group, Inc.; Custom Roman Shades and Pillow Fabrication: J. K. Drapery, Inc.; Delivery Service: N-Route LLC; Electrical Work: Rugger Electric; Floor Refinishing: Classic Floor Designs; Painting: Washington Wallcovering

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